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Nvidia's GeForce Now service can stream Fortnite on iPhone and Android


The hit game has been banned from Apple's iOS App Store and Google's Play Store for over a year.

Over a year after Apple and Google removed the Fortnite online battle game from their respective app stores for iPhones, iPads or Android devices, chipmaker Nvidia has an answer. Sorta.

Nvidia said Thursday it will begin offering a test version of Fortnite through its GeForce Now game streaming service. People can already access the subscription service through the web browser on their devices, streaming some games for free in one-hour gaming sessions, or $10 per month for more. Now, Nvidia said, it's worked with Fortnite maker Epic Games to create a version of the game that brings back touch controls, making it easier to play on a mobile device.

"While PC games in the GeForce Now library are best experienced on mobile with a gamepad, the introduction of ...


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